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When he dives, due to acceleration, curvature or Gravity disappears.
he will definitely transform away from Gravity.
As it accelerates, gravity weakens and acceleration eases.
When Earth is at inertial position gravity hooked it.
Ok, how Gravity is intact at that velocity.
When he dives, due to acceleration, curvature or Gravity disappears. No it doesn't. The space that he's falling through is still curved. If the gravity disappeared, he would move with a constant velocity instead of accelerating.Quote from: pasala on Today at 11:59:20 What is "transform away from gravity" supposed to mean?
Yes, of course space time is not empty. But curvature against the person, who dives is weakens. So, naturally, he will temporarily transform away from gravity. When the carnival is at inertial position, there is strong curvature or gravity against it. As it accelerates curvature or gravity against it weakens.
Ok, now Earth started spinning against its axis, how the curvature or gravity is still exists.
Quote from: pasala on 08/03/2020 16:55:26When the sky driver, escapes due to acceleration, think of Earth, how Gravity hooked Earth at that velocity.Was that a question? If so, there needs to be a question mark at the end. Even if it is a question, I don't understand what you're asking. I can't make sense of that sentence.
When the sky driver, escapes due to acceleration, think of Earth, how Gravity hooked Earth at that velocity.
Quote from: Kryptid on 08/03/2020 17:00:13Quote from: pasala on 08/03/2020 16:55:26When the sky driver, escapes due to acceleration, think of Earth, how Gravity hooked Earth at that velocity.Was that a question? If so, there needs to be a question mark at the end. Even if it is a question, I don't understand what you're asking. I can't make sense of that sentence.Mr KryptidAre you an English .........?
Mr KryptidAre you an English .........?
“As we have seen, matter does not simply pull on other matter across empty space, as Newton had imagined. Rather matter distorts space-time and it is this distorted space-time that in turn affects other matter. Objects (including planets, like the Earth, for instance) fly freely under their own inertia through warped space-time, following curved paths because this is the shortest possible path (or geodesic) in warped space-time”.
This may describe one aspect of gravity; bending of space-time, but it ignores the other side of the coin, which is the pressure exerted by gravity via mass.
Gravity, as an acceleration, has the units of d/t/t, or gravity is two parts time and one part distance, or space-time plus time, with the second time connected to the Newtonian pressure.
In terms of space-time and gravity, distance and time both contract the most in the core. When it comes to pressure and matter, distance contracts, but time; frequency, get faster, based on the phases induced by the pressure.
GR tells us something about gravity with respect to the curvature of space-time, but this is not the whole story. Gravity is not a one trick pony. There is also a Newtonian pressure
The black hole has space-time contracted to nearly a point and time essentially stops. The pressures in the black hole will be extremely high, since so much matter is compacted into such a small space. This will generate exotic phases of matter with extreme frequency, which is the opposite direction of time in space-time.
Energy emissions would red shift, if they could leave the black hole. This slows the frequency; slows time, even though time, via space-time, expands or speed up outsider the black hole. It appears gravity help matter-energy and space-time normalize, via time.